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10 troubling habits of chronically unhappy people

Much of your happiness is determined by your habits of thought and action. You need to check them carefully. Happiness can come in many different forms and is difficult to define. But unhappiness is much easier to define, you know it as soon as you see it or feel it. Unhappiness is deadly for you …

Relationship between bacteria in the tongue and pancreatic cancer detected

Comparing the tongue microbiome of pancreatic cancer patients with those of healthy people, the researchers found four more bacterial strains in cancer patients. To diagnose pancreatic cancer, one of the deadliest types of cancer known, Chinese scientists have developed a method inspired by Chinese traditional medicine. The researchers discovered that bacteria in the mouth differ …

Smart stethoscope that can diagnose pneumonia

John Hopkins University researchers have developed a smart stethoscope that uses artificial intelligence to self-diagnose pneumonia. About one million children die each year from pneumonia and other lower respiratory tract infections. This is more than deaths from malaria and HIV. Some of these deaths could have been prevented if all children in the world had …

New associations found between obesity and DNA

Cambridge University researchers compared the genetics of obese and thin people. Some people fail to lose weight despite all their efforts, some can stay thin by eating whatever they want. What is the difference? The answer may be in a new study at the University of Cambridge. Sadaf Farooqi, a professor at Cambridge University’s Institute …

How will microrobots and nanobots make life easier?

Microrobots and nanobots will take an important place in our lives in the future with infrastructure repairs, aircraft engine repairs and drug delivery within the body. A new UK government-sponsored project, if successful, will have microrobots crawling under road pavements to detect and repair leaking pipes and faulty wiring. Thus, there will be no need …

First malaria vaccine available in Africa

The first vaccine developed to prevent malaria, which causes the death of more than 200,000 children in Africa every year, has started to be used in Malawi. After decades of development and testing, the world’s first malaria vaccine will be available in Malawi. The vaccine will also be available in Ghana and Kenya in the …

Children who walk or bike to school do not become obese

In a study conducted with 2,000 children in England, it was stated that obesity is less common among children who walk or bike to school. In a study conducted with more than 2,000 children from different ethnic and socioeconomic groups in England, it was determined that children who walk, bike or scooter to school are …

Antibacterial bacteria found in ‘healing soil’ used in Ireland

Examining a soil that is said to have healing properties, researchers discovered a new strain of bacteria that is effective against 4 super bacteria. Researchers examining a soil long thought to have healing properties in Ireland, today discovered a bacterial strain that is effective against 4 super bacteria resistant to antibiotics. It is thought that …

Alzheimer’s treatment with cell cleansing

Strengthening the cleansing system known as mitophagy in brain cells may be an effective method in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Boosting the cleansing system known as mitophagy in brain cells may be an effective method of treating Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study. Vilhelm Bohr, from the Center for Healthy Aging and the …